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Sometimes I Just Can't Believe What I'm Reading

eia_logo_small.jpgOver at EIA, Mike says he likes my Hype Warning System, which I appreciate.

"I need something similar for stories I read this week," he says (Sometimes I Just Can't Believe What I'm Reading). "Maybe a scale of 1 to 4 eyeballs popping out of heads, or double-, triple-, and quadruple-takes."

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